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Events in the College of Arts and Humanities
Project Spotlight brings their 10-minute play festival to UCF Celebrates the Arts! Watch virtually throughout the week and vote for your favorites. Project Spotlight is the only student developmental theatre organization on the UCF campus. This student-run organization is dedicated to giving all majors a chance to take part in productions and to developing new works. Learn more: https://arts.cah.ucf.edu/celebrates/ UCF …CAH Events
Explore a selection of curated clips, interviews, photos, exhibitions, events and more from the School of Visual Arts and Design (SVAD). Each feature will showcase facets of SVAD and the exceptional work that students and alumni are creating. These features will premiere before each live performance during UCF Celebrates the Arts and will also premiere virtually on YouTube. Following each …CAH Events
Go behind-the-scenes with Broadway veteran Justin Sargent ’08 to see how the arts and creativity come alive at UCF through interviews, video clips and conversations. Content includes a conversation about the arts with UCF President Alexander Cartwright, updates from alumni, prints being made in real-time, spoken word, a tribute to theatre professor Mark Brotherton, thoughts on how creativity impacts disciplines …CAH Events
Join us for student musical recitals ongoing through April 9! Click here to view the livestream schedule.CAH Events
In partnership with Dr. Phillips Center’s Frontyard Festival™, UCF Celebrates the Arts will be hosting ensembles daily for the lunch hour. Today’s performance features selections from Theatre UCF's Songs of Inspiration, a musical theatre revue, and the UCF Saxophone Quartet. Tickets: Free, no ticket requiredLearn more here: https://arts.cah.ucf.edu/celebrates/ UCF Celebrates the Arts, a festival showcasing creativity, innovation and collaboration from …CAH Events
Raise a glass to literature! Faculty and alumni from the UCF Creative Writing program read pieces from their body of work. The readers include English faculty members Rochelle Hurt, Chrissy Kolaya, Darlin’ Neal and David James Poissant, and alumni Malcolm Kelly '20 and Audi Barnes '20. Tickets: Pay what you can (suggested $10)Tickets available now. Learn more and reserve yours …CAH Events
The chart-topping Flying Horse Big Band will be swingin’ and groovin’ at this year’s festival. The band is composed of students in UCF’s jazz studies program. Under the direction of saxophonist and American jazz musician, Jeff Rupert, the Flying Horse Big Band performs at festivals and concert halls regionally and nationally. Tickets: $20, $15 with UCF IDTickets available now. Learn …CAH Events